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  • Title: ...:: ALAÇATI REHBERİ - GUIDE ::...
    Descriptive info: .. Events.. Phones.. Links.. Contact.. Alaçatı township is part of the district of Çeşme within Turkey's İzmir Province.. The town of Alaçatı is located on the narrow waist Çeşme Peninsula traces in its extremity.. It is at the center of a corridor where the winds from the north to the south and in the reverse direction abound.. The dominant summer wind of poyraz allows Alaçatı to breathe , while lodos wind which blows more frequently in winter keeps the climate mild.. The number of windy days in Alaçatı (330 days a year) is well above the average in Turkey.. This abundance of these winds is the motive that brought Alaçatı to the position of one of the foremost windsurfing centers of the world.. The town is surrounded to its north by the locality of Ilıca, famous for its beach, to its south by the port of Alaçatı where windsurfing clubs are located, and to its west with Karadağ heights covered with olive trees and, since more recent  ...   a distance of 90 km.. For those who depart from İstanbul with their own vehicles, once on Bandırma quay served by High Speed Craft services in partance of İstanbul's Yenikapı quay, a 340 km road through Balıkesir, Manisa and İzmir brings travellers to Alaçatı in about 4-5 hours.. Alaçatı is also served by regular intercity bus services in partance of İstanbul by the companies Varan and Ulusoy.. In order to come by bus from İzmir to Alaçatı, travellers can take Çeşme Seyahat bus services in partance of İzmir Central Bus Terminal or Üçkuyular Bus Terminal.. The bus ride to Alaçatı from İzmir lasts only an hour.. Yachts can dock directly at Alaçatı marina which is located at 38°15'N, 26°23'E.. The distances between Alaçatı and a few of important centers are as follows:.. Alaçatı - İzmir : 70 km.. Alaçatı - Çeşme : 7 km.. Alaçatı - Ildır : 15 km.. Alaçatı - Efes : 155 km.. Home.. |.. Location and Transportation.. History.. Around Alaçatı.. Copyright © 2007.. CreativeNokta..

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  • Title: ...:: ALAÇATI REHBERİ - GUIDE ::...
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    Descriptive info: Beach & Surf.. Active Alaçatı.. +90 232 716 63 83.. ASPC.. +90 232 716 66 11.. Babylon Alaçatı.. +90 232 716 67 07.. Kite Surf Beach.. +90 533 270 87 45.. Myga.. +90 232 716 64 68.. Seasnow.. +90 541 716 66 11.. Orsa.. +90 532 655 20 10.. Quicksilver Alaçatı Windsurf Mekez.. +90 232 716 05 00.. Quicksilver Alaçatı Mekez.. +90 232 716 01 00.. Eating and Drinking.. Agrilia.. +90 232 716 85 94.. Avrasya.. +90 232 716 91 44.. Guiba.. +90 232 716 78 16.. Kalamata.. +90 232 716 63 57.. Kırmızı Ardıç Kuşu.. +90 232 716 65 51.. Koyumavi.. +90 232 716 65 06.. Marianın Bahçesi.. +90 232 716 05 75.. Şarabi.. +90 232 716 96 59.. Tuval.. +90 232 716 98 08.. Yaya.. +90 232 716 76 53.. Culture & Art.. Arts.. Crafs.. +90 232 716 02 46.. Artura.. +90 536 710 15 23.. Höyük Art Cafe.. +90 232 716 03 15.. Kırmızı Ardıç Kuşu.. +90 232 716 65 51.. Shopping.. Ayşenin Dolabı.. +90 232 716 73 71.. Çok Komik.. +90 232 716 02 96.. Other Phones.. Alaçatı Eczane.. +90 232 716 77 78.. İsmet Sarı Eczanesi.. +90 232  ...   Kırevi.. +90 232 716 69 61.. Begonvil.. +90 232 716 04 22.. Cadde 75.. +90 232 716 93 03.. Değirmen.. +90 232 716 67 14.. Hire.. +90 232 716 05 04.. İncirli Ev.. +90 232 716 03 53.. Kesre.. +90 232 716 06 06.. Kite.. +90 532 485 93 49.. Lale Lodge.. +90 232 716 79 99.. Manastır Alaçatı.. +90 232 716 66 96.. Noche Otel.. +90 232 716 00 90.. Oda.. +90 232 716 72 14.. Padma.. +90 232 716 96 70.. Port.. +90 232 716 03 85.. Sailors.. +90 232 716 87 65.. Sakızlıhan.. +90 232 716 61 08.. Sapa Alaçatı.. +90 232 716 03 28.. Sardunaki.. +90 232 716 68 78.. Sedirli Ev.. +90 530 512 04 94.. Sesil.. +90 232 716 92 13.. Sport.. +90 232 716 05 20.. Tashmahal.. +90 232 716 01 22.. Tash Mekan.. +90 232 716 00 07.. Taş Otel.. +90 232 716 77 72.. Tropikana.. +90 535 229 39 59.. Tur 58.. +90 533 343 51 84.. Ümit Ev Otel.. +90 232 716 81 33.. Veriahan.. +90 232 716 00 90.. Villa Fora.. +90 533 360 63 68.. Zeytin Konak.. +90 232 716 80 81..

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  • Title: ...:: ALAÇATI REHBERİ - GUIDE ::...
    Descriptive info: Çeşme Municipality.. www.. cesme-bld.. gov.. tr.. info@cesme-bld.. Çeşme City Guide.. cesmekentrehberi.. com.. info@cesmekentrehberi.. Alaçatı Municipality.. alacatibelediyesi.. info@alacatibelediyesi.. İzmir City Guide.. kentyasam.. info@kentyasam..

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  • Title: ...:: ALAÇATI REHBERİ - GUIDE ::...
    Descriptive info: ALAÇATI TOURISM ASSOCIATION.. İnönü Bulvarı No: 79 Alaçatı / İZMİR TURKEY.. Phone.. :.. +90 232 716 96 55.. Fax.. +90 232 716 00 63.. info@alacatiguide.. org.. Name, Surname.. E-Mail.. Message..

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  • Title: ...:: ALAÇATI REHBERİ - GUIDE ::...
    Descriptive info: Alaçatı region used to be called "Agrilia" in ancient times.. It was right at the center of the region of Ionia that extended from the immediate south of İzmir down to Büyük Menderes River.. Ancient Ionian cities located the nearest to Alaçatı were the present-day depending village of Ildırı, called "Erythrai" in ancient times, the island of Sakız (Chios) and the part of Urla called İskele today, which corresponds to the area of the ancient site of "Klazomenai".. This was what Heredotus had to say on Ionia in his Book 1:.. "These Ionians had the fortune to build their cities in the most favourable position for climate and seasons of any men whom we know: for neither the regions above Ionia nor those below, neither those towards the East nor those towards the West, produce the same results as Ionia itself, the regions in the one direction being oppressed by cold and moisture, and those in the other by heat and drought.. ".. Ionian cities lived their golden age in the seventh century B.. C.. in pace with their foundation of multiple colonies along the Mediterranean shores.. The twelve Ionian cities guided the world civilization especially in terms of science, philosophy, sculpture and architecture.. Their period of brilliance was further extended under the Romans and they played an important role in the early days of Christianity and in the birth of the Byzantine art.. Early Ottoman sources refer to Alaçatı as a "Yaya-Müsellem" type of village, which was a type of settlement in direct extension of the army structure.. "Yaya" means "infantry" and "Müsellem" means "cavalry".. This type of village was founded as of 1361 in line with the Ottoman expansion and the excess population and military units found elsewhere were relocated in the newly conquered territories.. The town derives its name from the clan of "Alacaat" whose members  ...   in the construction of the canal were given land in exchange of their labor by the Turkish landowners who owned vast estates here, and on the condition that they improve the land.. The new village was thus founded at a distance of a few kilometers from the coastline.. Most of the stone houses restored today were built between 1850-1890.. By the end of the 19th century, the village of "Alatzata" (that was how Greeks used to spell "Alacaat") had become an important center of production and trade thanks especially to its vineyards and wines.. The population had reached 12.. 000 with a Greek majority.. The municipal administration of Alaçatı was established in 1873.. Alaçatı's destinies changed again after the Balkan Wars of 1912-1913.. With the arrival of refugees fleeing the Balkans, Greeks fell into panic and started to migrate abroad in their turn.. With the occupation of İzmir in 1919, Balkan refugees who had settled in Alaçatı migrated again, this time to the Anatolian inland.. The process of constant moving came to an end with the conclusion of the Greco-Turkish War, after which these refugees returned to Alaçatı.. In the meantime, an agreement on an exchange of populations was signed between Turkey and Greece on 30 January 1923.. This final agreement displaced up to two million people from their homes.. According to the agreement, making exception of the Greeks of İstanbul and the Turks of Western Thrace, Muslims in Greece moved to Turkey and the Orthodox Christians in Turkey moved to Greece.. Thus, in addition to the refugees of the Balkan Wars, who for the most part were Albanians from Kosovo and Bosniaks from Bosnia, Alaçatı also welcomed exchanged Turks from from Selanik (especially Karaferya), from Kavala (Kınalı and Karacaova townships), from Crete and from İstanköy, profoundly changing Alaçatı's population outlook once again in a space of ten years..

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  • Title: ...:: ALAÇATI REHBERİ - GUIDE ::...
    Descriptive info: ÇEŞME.. Alaçatı administratively depends the district center of Çeşme which is a nearby seaside city with a population of 25.. 000.. The city was conquered by the Ottomans from the Genoese in 1566 after which Çeşme Castle, well-preserved to our day, was built.. The castle serves todayas a museum.. Çeşme attracts many visitors with its ferry port, its yacht marina, its restaurants along the beach and its market.. ILICA BEACH.. Ilıca beach extends between Çeşme and Alaçatı and is a must see.. Its 2 km long wide beach in astounding white tones reminds of tropical beaches.. Ilıca is also rich in thermal springs, the very meaning of its name, and these gave a boost for thermal tourism as well.. DALYAN AND SAKIZLI COVES.. Dalyan and Sakızlı Coves are located along the northern shores of Çeşme and are at a distance of 4  ...   and southwestern portions of Çeşme Peninsula is called Çiftlikköy and a number of beaches can be found here.. The most notable ones are Altınkum and Pırlanta.. Altınkum Beach attracts visitors with its golden sands, which is also what its name stands for, as well as for its magnificent panorama.. Pırlanta Beach is where kite surfing is done extensively.. AYAYORGI COVE.. Ayayorgi Cove located to the west of Ilıca houses many day and night clubs.. Famous singers sing here in a busy schedule of concerts organized especially during July and August and thousands flock to Ayayorgi to watch them.. Ayayorgi Cove is closed to northern winds, which assures a calm and reposing sea here.. PAŞA LİMANI AND ŞİFNE.. Paşalimanı and Şifne Coves are located to the northeast of Ilıca Beach and they attract visitors especially with their multiple small coves, beaches and thermal springs..

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